Monday, 1 August 2011

Barney EOTD




Just a quick little look from last week. I've stopped planning looks ahead and just went with whatever I felt like doing (I have a new series coming into being within the next few days, in the words of Miranda's friend Tilly, bare with). I'd like to start drawing out facecharts again, too. 

 The main point of this look was I had seen Queen of Blending use Inglot gel liners as bases and I did not believe it was possible - they won't even wash off the back of my hand with soap; they set solid and waterproof! But it worked and was really very vibrant. I had to do it one eye at a time, though.

Products
Base - UDPP in Eden, Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Bedaub (inner corner) and Mould (crease),
Inglot AMC gel liner (85, on lid), 
Eyeshadows - Fyrinnae's Jade Ghost (inner corner), Inglot matte green 384, Sugarpill Poison Plum blended out with fuscia/purple from Wet n Wild I'm Feeling Retro palette, Inglot 379 (matte lilac) and 352 (matte skintone).
Liner/Mascara/Brows - Boujois Clubbing Liner Intense in Black, Boujois Volumizer mascara in Black. Darkest shade from GOSH eyebrow powder set.
Face - Laura Mercier oil-free tinted moisturizer in Porcelain, Collection 2000 lasting perfection concealer in Light, set with Clinique translucent mix loose powder. Blush was The Balm Cabana Boy.

Ruth x
p.s Yes, I called this Barney. You know why.

8 comments:

  1. fabulous! these colours are so vibrant and your liner is perfection.

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  2. i love the color placement ! This is stunning ;)

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  3. I need Jade Ghost! I *think* I put it in my last order... and lol, Barney. Silly lady :)

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  4. Beautiful, I love the colour combination.

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  5. Now there's a combination I would've never thought of. I must have blocked the memories of that creepy dino-rawr.

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  6. Mwahaha Barney. Green and purple suits you nicely... using the gel liner as a base is a great idea!

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